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Video from Alex Sink Fundraiser

posted October 13th, 2010 at 7:04 pm

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by Josh Martin

Here is video of Jimmy Buffett performing at last Sunday’s fundraiser for Alex Sink. He plays solo acoustic versions of “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere”, “Volcano”, “Come Monday”, and “Margaritaville”:

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Photos from Alex Sink Fundraiser

posted October 12th, 2010 at 9:57 pm

by Josh Martin

On Sunday, Jimmy Buffett performed at a fundraiser for Florida governor candidate Alex Sink. The event raised $500,000 for Sink.

The set was short — just a few songs, including “Margaritaville” and “Volcano.” But the cash haul was big — about $500,000, according to Morgan.

“The best night ever,” Morgan said, adding that the highlight was when Buffett agreed to play his and his wife’s special song: “Come Monday.”

Check out some photos from the event:

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Video of Beatles Medley from 1996

posted October 11th, 2010 at 2:00 pm

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by Josh Martin

Jimmy Buffett’s official website, www.margaritaville.com, has been adding more videos from past shows. The latest is the 10-minute video from Paris that we showed you a couple weeks back, but the one before that is Jimmy and the band performing a medley of Beatles songs from 1996 in Austin, TX.

Take a look:

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Buffett to Play Fundraiser for Florida Gubernatorial Candidate

posted October 6th, 2010 at 10:10 am

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by Josh Martin

Jimmy Buffett will perform at a fundraiser for Florida gubernatorial candidate Alex Sink this Sunday, according to St. Petersburg Times political reporter Alex Leary. Sink, a Democrat, is facing Republican Rick Scott in the general election.

A lifelong Democrat, Buffett often plays fundraisers for Democratic candidates in election years, especially Florida candidates. In 2008 he played a fundraiser in Tampa for Barack Obama.

The solo acoustic show will be held at the home of trial lawyer John Morgan. Want to go? It’ll cost you a cool $5,000 per person.

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Margaritaville 25th Anniversary Specials

posted October 1st, 2010 at 11:46 am

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by Josh Martin

The first Margaritaville Cafe opened 25 years ago in Key West, and to celebrate they are offering not-so-secret specials that aren’t on the menu.

The “Not Too Particular, Not Too Precise” cheeseburger, a “1985” Margarita and 25% off the 25th Anniversary Tee are all available by request only at select locations. You won’t see these on the menu, so the only way to get these specials is to ask for them by name!

Not too Particular Not too Precise Cheeseburger
A special Cheeseburger in Paradise for sure. A handmade patty of 100% fresh ground chuck, cooked to order with Margaritaville Seasoning Salt topped with American cheese, red onion, lettuce and tomato (Heinz 57 available on the side) on a toasted bun. Served with French fried potatoes and big kosher pickle. A cold draft LandShark beer is optional, if you’re old enough!

1985 Margarita
A timeless classic! 12 oz. margarita made with Margaritaville Gold and Silver Tequila, Gran Gala, Cointreau, simple syrup, and fresh lime juice. Served with salted rim, and a lime.

You can also get a 25th anniversary t-shirt. Mention the 25th Anniversary Tee secret sale to get 25% off the 25th Anniversary Tee at participating venues. The black vintage concert tee features three Polaroid pictures of a concert crowd during “Fins” and has a list of Margaritaville restaurants with their corresponding opening year on back.

25th Anniversary specials are valid at these locations:

  • Key West, FL
  • New Orleans, LA
  • Orlando, FL
  • Las Vegas, NV
  • Myrtle Beach, SC
  • Glendale, AZ
  • Panama City Beach, FL
  • Mohegan Sun, CT
  • Waikiki Beach, HI

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